The evolution of the Pine Creek Geosyncline and its relation to the structural framework of north-western Australia
This Thesis presents an account of the geology of the Lower Proterozoic rocks which occupy the Pine Creek Geosyncline, and attempts to trace the evolution of the geosyncline by a reconstruction of the sequence of deposition of the sediments; by relating different facies assemblages to structural units developed in the geosynolinal tract; and by a brief consideration of the igneous rocks, which, together with the sediments, make up the geosynclinal pile. The geosyncline is discussed as...[Show more]
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